USB lock "When you have digital information that you want to keep to yourself, it's best to store it on a flash drive that will only be brought out when necessary. You can hide it away under lock and key, but there's always a chance someone will get hold
If Justin Nevins' Cryptex Security Boxes are out of your justifiable price range, Stanislav Tatarinov has another take on the Cryptex theme that might appeal to both your aesthetic and fiscal sensibilities: a Cryptex USB Flash Drive.
A re-design of a turn-of-the-century mourning locket, this necklace now contains a USB flash drive. Given new life, this locket stores all of your most important photographs and files to be shared or to be kept safe as memories.
thebeastfeed: “Amoeba Modular USB Flash Drive (concept) “Ever been in a situation where you have loaned your USB stick to someone and accidentally shared some sensitive files (maybe naughty pics) that.